As its known as “chai” in Persia, tea is one of the most important traditions of daily life. Tea has become the national drink and the whole northern region of Persia along the Caspian Sea is dedicated to the production of tea. Tea is consumed in the morning, after every meal, as well as all throughout the day. It is the drink that is served to guests and friends alike. Persian tea is about more than just the beverage; it is about being with family, friends, relaxing, and exchanging conversation. Persians always drink their tea in glass cups as to feel the warmth emanating from the drink.